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- by ixchel Apr 27, '12Anyone ever use these? I'm wondering how long you keep the shine while working, and in general, how do you like it? Is it as quick and easy as it seems?
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- Apr 30, '12 by KylieGI got the set last year for Christmas and love it. Very quick and no problems at work! Enjoy
- May 2, '12 by ixchelYay! That is good news! I told DH I want a kit for Mother's Day
- May 2, '12 by hiddencatRNWaste of money. Buy a regular buffing block from the drugstore for less than $5.
- May 10, '12 by ixchelSo I got the cheapie from Target to check it out, after I'd already suggested the seacret spa on as a MD gift idea to the hubs. I tried the target one and it did give a shine but not like I remembered the guy in the mall kiosk getting when he buffed my nail. Anyway, today hubs saw me with the cheapie block, disappeared to our room and sent my son out to me with the seacret kit with lotion, cuticle oil and Emory board So I whipped out the buffing block and omg what a massive difference! Much, much better shine! Very impressed!
- Jun 10, '12 by KB1975Try a three sided buffing block for a beauty supply store, also use an oil, like OPIs avocado oil. I have done nails for YEARS (I took the cosmetology boards in 1993).
Use only the shine buffers, NOT the white blocks that are fine files. They damage your nails.
- Jun 11, '12 by GitanoRNQuote from kb1975admittedly, 2yrs. ago to be exact i had my first professional manicure and pedicure and yes i was hooked to have someone massage your hands and fingers after a long day at work and apply all of the products etc. it feels like heaven . furthermore, as a man i do agree on the shine buffers they do work, plus every time you hand something to a pt. or a staff member you can see them admiring your personal grooming....just saying~try a three sided buffing block for a beauty supply store, also use an oil, like opis avocado oil. i have done nails for years (i took the cosmetology boards in 1993).
use only the shine buffers, not the white blocks that are fine files. they damage your nails.